This set of guided notes with biology doodles can be little anchor charts for your student to keep in their notebook! Using these pages, students can color, doodle, and make connections within the material as they takes notes in class.
There are 2 student pages:
1. The first discusses x-linked inheritance and uses the classic red and white eyed fly example. It refers to reciprocal crosses, where students can see that the sex of the parent that has the mutation matters when doing the Punnett square.
2. The second has a good example of an X-linked trait in a genetic cross with mice.
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This topic is usually introduced in the genetics unit of biology class.
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Included in the PDF file:
* Student Sample (2 pages)
* Teacher Tips/Discussion Tips (3 pages)
* Teacher Answer Key (2 pages)
* Teachers Answer Key for Fill in Blank Version
* Three different options for student pages (3 different options of the same student pages, including a fill-in-the-blank version for differentiation)
* One exit ticket included
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